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The legacies of the repatriation of human remains from the Royal College of Surgeons of England

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The repatriation of the human remains of Indigenous peoples collected within a colonial context has been the subject of debate within UK museums over the last 30 years, with many museums now having returned human remains to their countries of origin. Although the repatriation of human remains is often characterised as the 'journey home', there has been a lack of consideration of the physical presence and mobility of the remains and the meanings created as they move through different spaces...

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Queen Mary Univeristy of London
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The Royal College of Suregons of England
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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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